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Thread: GAME THREAD: GU @ Portland - 01. 02. 2020

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    I bet Kispert shoots 40% from three and scores 13 pts tonight. Just to stick it in my eye that his offense is feast or famine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTownZag View Post
    I bet Kispert shoots 40% from three and scores 13 pts tonight. Just to stick it in my eye that his offense is feast or famine.
    Half way there on perfect shooting
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    Yikes! Anyone seen the Zag Basketball team?


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    pretty sloppy and playing down....

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    A lot of shots coming up short, we have tired legs?

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    Wow.

    I did not see the Pilots getting back in this game this quickly. They were down over double digits in 5 minutes.

    Zags cannot hit a shot. That's okay, it's the turnovers and lay-ups they're giving up that is bad.
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    Sleep walking. zzzzzzzz.......

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    This is now oddly concerning.

    See if our guys can respond to some adversity.

    Tillie, calmed it down
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    Drew is just not there so far this yr.
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    Timme running in deep sand

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    Portland is bringing the energy and scrappiness we need to match it
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    Uh oh. Starting to feel like a night to remember for the pilots. Circus shots going down and we have a lid on the hoop. Gotta grind out some defensive stops.

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    woolridge needs to handle the ball more. And tell me again why our 6'-10"+ guys don't dunk the ball when they are point bland with nobody between them and the basket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopaholic View Post
    Portland is bringing the energy and scrappiness we need to match it
    Yes, but "not missing" helps a great deal with that energy.
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    GU is 1-8 from 3

    UoP is 4-5 from 3


    That will revert closer to the mean.

    No stress.

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    Ayayi on the move. . .good

    27 - 26, Zags

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    That block was ridiculous by Watson!

    Oh man... shoulder again?

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    Watson, just as shoulder gets feeling good enough to block a great shot and … reinjures the shoulder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kong-Kool-Aid View Post
    That block was ridiculous by Watson!

    Oh man... shoulder again?
    Such a weapon.

    Another subluxed shoulder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goshzagit View Post
    Such a weapon.

    Another subluxed shoulder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goshzagit View Post
    Such a weapon.

    Another subluxed shoulder.
    Block was with right hand. Injured arm is the left one. Maybe injured earlier on the play.

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    Drew just lacks toughness rn.
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    Speaking of UP, I am beginning to think that mid-range floaters are the worst shot in BB, measure for measure
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    A lot of contact, not a lot of fouls being called. Playing in this type of game is going to do nothing but help us.

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